| | There's Always a Bright Side
It will be bad if Republicans lose the House in this election. But let's keep an eye on the bright side:
During Obama’s two terms in office, Democrats experienced a net loss of 968 state legislative seats, the largest net loss of state legislative seats in this category since World War II. The second-largest loss occurred following Dwight D. Eisenhower’s two terms in office, when Republicans were handed a net loss of 843 state legislative seats.
Democratic U.S. Senate seats fell from 55 to 46. Their share of the House plummeted from 256 seats to 194. … Democratic governerships also became a rarity during this eight-year period, slipping from 28 to 16.
After the election of Obama, there was much talk of a new era – that a coalition of young, minority and female voters would usher in gains for the Democrats for decades. That did not happen
He lost the House, then lost the Senate, then because of his socialist extremism gave the White House to Trump.
Obama’s Democrat Party has been a loser for 8 years on a colossal scale. If we Republicans lose one, we are still doing pretty good.
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